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Environmental characterization of Geokinetics" in situ oil shale retorting technology

G. M Rinaldi

Environmental characterization of Geokinetics" in situ oil shale retorting technology

by G. M Rinaldi

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air -- Pollution -- United States,
  • Oil-shales -- United States,
  • Water -- Pollution -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald M. Rinaldi, Jean L. Delaney and William H. Hedley
    ContributionsDelaney, J. L, Hedley, William H., 1930-, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination5 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14892848M

    Shale Oil represents a huge additional global fossil fuel resource. However, extracting oil from the shale is no simple task; much still needs to be understood to make the process more cost-effective to increase economic flow rates. Clear and rigorous, Oil Shale Production Process will prove useful for those scientists and engineers already engaged in fossil fuel science and technology as well. Oil Shale Research in the United States 5 September Third Edition FOREWORD Significant research efforts continue in the United States to address some of the technical, economic, and policy uncertainties that constrain the development of America’s enormous oil shale resource.

    @article{osti_, title = {Environmental assessment: DOE/Occidental Oil Shale, Inc. cooperative agreement, Phase II, oil shale retorting, Logan Wash Site, Garfield County, Colorado}, author = {Not Available}, abstractNote = {The Occidental modified in situ process for producing shale oil is discussed. The environmental impacts of Phase II oil shale retorting are reported. Project: Experimental and environmental study of in situ oil shale retorting. Jan. - Sept. Research Associate 4, Louisiana State University Research (50%): DOM characterization using fluorescence, landscape evolution (geomorphology), cyclodextrin-enhanced remediation of ground water.

    for Seyitömer oil shale, L/ton for Himmeto lu oil shale, and L/ton for Hatılda oil shale. Introduction In-situ combustion is simply combustion heating of in-place oil shale within a deposit at the fire front. The main idea in in-situ combustion is burning of a portion of oil shale to produce sufficient heat to retort the remainder. Underground retorting technique (in-situ technology) means that heat the oil shale which was buried under the ground directly without exploiting it out, and exported the oil and gas to the ground. This method can be used for exploiting the oil shale that is buried in the deep layer and be of high thickness. Besides, it still has several.


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Environmental characterization of Geokinetics" in situ oil shale retorting technology by G. M Rinaldi Download PDF EPUB FB2

United States Environmental Protection Agency Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Cincinnati OH Research and Development EPA/S Apr. Project Summary Environmental Characterization of Geokinetics' In situ Oil Shale Retorting Technology Gerald M. Rinaldi, Jean L.

Delaney and William H. Hedley The objective of this research pro- gram was to physically, chemically, and biologically characterize air emis- sions. Get this from a library. Environmental characterization of Geokinetics' in situ oil shale retorting technology. [G M Rinaldi; J L Delaney; William H Hedley; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)].

This book focuses on the fundamental and engineering aspects of shale oil extraction, as well as the mathematical clarification of the complex transport mechanisms involved in oil shale pyrolysis. The influence of the chemical and physical environment on the enhancement of oil yield is explained, and ex situ and in situ technologies are reviewed and compared.

CRef. ln-situ combustion retorting of oil shale model of combustion retorting of oil shale which attempts to predict retorting rates or products of the retort. The decomposition of a number of the pure samples of carbonate minerals found in oil shale has been studied rather by: 9.

Covers production processes technologies such as: surface mining and retorting, in Situ Retoring and processes, direct and indirect retorting and hydrotreatment for shale oil.

Methods which should reduce environmental footprint; Easy-to-read understand overview of the chemistry, engineering, and technology of shale oil. The recovery of oil from oil shale by in situ combustion requires fracturing oil shale under ground to establish permeability and passing air through the fractured shale to support a combustion front.

transfers the crushed oil shale to the retort in order to produce shale oil, shale gas and shale char by heating and through low temperature retorting, In-situ technology directly heats oil shale from underground and converts it to shale oil or shale gas which.

UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS COAL, OIL SHALE, NATURAL BITUMEN, HEAVY OIL AND PEAT – Vol. II -Extraction of Oil Shale: Surface and In Situ Retorting - Victor Yefimov and Shuyuan Li ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) Paraho Retort The Paraho Development Corporation developed new vertical shaft kiln hardware andFile Size: KB.

Retorting in which the process heat requirement is accomplished by a combustion of a portion of the oil shale within the retort. Ex situ retorting Oil shale retorting performed aboveground (requiring mining of the oil shale) In situ retorting Heating of oil shale underground in order to release shale oil (also called underground retorting).

Mineral changes during oil shale retorting. Most shale oil processes operate well above C and the elevated temperatures also cause various inorganic reactions. The paper investigates the. Shale oil is the product of the thermal reaction and decomposition of kerogen present in oil shales. Any technology to produce shale oil includes mining, heat treatment—also known as retorting—to extract the oil, and oil upgrading.

Mining oil shale can be either surface mining or in situ retorting. Chemistry and Kinetics of Oil Shale Retorting Alan K.

Burnham Chapter 6, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Web): Febru Peer reviewed only Published between: Published from year: and Published to year.

Oil Shale Technology by Sunggyu Lee,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2). @article{osti_, title = {Environmental research on a modified in situ oil shale task process. Progress report}, author = {}, abstractNote = {This report summarizes the progress of the US Department of Energy's Oil Shale Task Force in its research program at the Occidental Oil Shale, Inc.

facility at Logan Wash, Colorado. More specifically, the Task Force obtained samples from Retort 3E. The determination of trace element concentrations in oil shale before mining and retorting is required for proper solid-waste management planning. Using routine Fischer assay oil yield data collected during resource characterization as indicators of potential trace element concentrations could lead to a standard method of identifying strata Cited by: 3.

Book Description. Shale Oil and Gas Handbook: Theory, Technologies, and Challenges provides users with information on how shale oil and gas exploration has revolutionized today’s energy industry.

As activity has boomed and job growth continues to increase, training in this area for new and experienced engineers is essential. Abstract -: The oil shale resources are very abundant with its reserve three times as much as world’s proven oil reserve. However, by the limitations of traditional technology and mining methods, the development of oil shale technology is restricted to a great extent.

Now researchers are studying the in-situ retorting technology. Focuses on the fundamental and engineering aspects of shale oil extraction, as well as the mathematical clarification of the complex transport mechanisms involved in oil shale pyrolysis.

This book explains the influence of the chemical and physical environment on the enhancement of oil yield. Covers production processes technologies such as: surface mining and retorting, in Situ Retoring and processes, direct and indirect retorting and hydrotreatment for shale oil.

Methods which should reduce environmental footprint; Easy-to-read understand overview of the chemistry, engineering, and technology of shale oil/5(2). ' The offgas from the horizontal in-situ retort at Geokinetics, in eastern Utah, contains approximately percent ( ppnv) of H2s, 22 percent CO2.nd percent NH3 in addition to N2 (60 percent), H2 (9 percent), CO (5 percent), CH4 ( percent), and other ( percent).Technologies for oil shale production include surface and in-situ retorting.

This study focusses on in-situ oil shale production methodologies. The process of heating oil shale to the pyrolysis temperature can be achieved by direct or indirect heating.

Direct heating geometries include the Shell in-situ conversion process (ICP) using downhole.Application of the in situ recovery process to oil shale was tested during two field experiments near Rock Springs, Wyoming.

The results of these tests demonstrate that a self-sustaining combustion zone can be created in an oil shale body, that this zone can be moved through the oil shale, and that the process will produce shale oil.